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The State Demography Office expects that by 2030, 24 percent of Douglas County residents will be age 60 or older, double the percentage in 2010 and part of what officials call "the nation’s most dramatic percentage of population growth" in older … more
A four-vehicle crash backed up traffic for miles on C-470 near Quebec Street this morning. According to Colorado State Patrol, the four-car pileup took place around 8 a.m. Two cars were able to be … more
Developmental Pathways celebrates its 50 anniversary this year, and will do so under the leadership of former Douglas County commissioner Melanie Worley. The agency services Arapahoe and Douglas Counties, as well as a portion of Adams County, … more
Republican gubernatorial candidate Bob Beauprez tabbed Douglas County Commissioner Jill Repella as his running mate late Tuesday afternoon. Repella was elected to her first term as commissioner in November 2008 and re-elected in 2012 to a second … more
An Arapahoe County jury convicted Christopher Lyle Fields, 29, of shooting and attempting to murder his ex-fiancee on the off-ramp from northbound Interstate 25 to County Line Road during rush hour in January 2013. The jury found Fields guilty … more
Lone Tree Mayor Jim Gunning will be the featured speaker at the Lone Tree Arts Center Guild's July 15 luncheon. The event starts at 11:30 am at the Lone Tree Arts Center, 10075 Commons St. and is open to the public. Tickets are $15. Gunning … more
Ready fuel and fireworks sparked a small grass fire near Lone Tree's Bluffs Regional Park at about 8 p.m. Saturday that firefighters and nearby residents said should serve as a pre-holiday warning. Residents of the Heritage Estates neighborhood … more
Political observers think that Republican primary voters were wise to avoid picking a polarizing conservative to match up against Gov. John Hickenlooper in the fall, but can the party's candidate take back the governor's mansion for the GOP? That … more
Construction on a new pedestrian crossing on the west side of Quebec Street over C-470 has begun and will continue through Nov. 24. The bridge will mirror one constructed a few years ago on the east side, allowing safe passage for walkers and … more
Two opponents of the Common Core standards spoke during the June 27 meeting of the Highlands Club, a group of Highlands Ranch Republicans that meet monthly for breakfast. Pueblo resident Anita Stapleton and Douglas County School Board member Craig … more
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